Musicians Who Defined Nineties Style

From Beastie Boys to Gwen Stefani, the artists who ruled the decade's fashion
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Gwen Stefani

Much attention has been paid to Gwen Stefani's fantastic rock-steady glam and the clothing lines that it inspired but for the hardcore "Gwen-a-bees," nothing will beat the raw glamour of her original SoCal ska-punk style, as best witnessed in 1995's "Just a Girl" video. With her retro rolled bangs, bindi, cut-off wifebeater tops, plaid bondage pants and ubiquitous Doc Martens, she created a sparky new pop-punk uniform for girls and breathed a little fun into an often dour, testosterone-drenched alternative nation.

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